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Chief of Sudbury Police says questions about enforcing cannabis law in Ontario go unanswered

Canada is four weeks away from having a new Cannabis Act. On October 17 it will be legal for any person over the age of 18 to possess up to 30 grams of dried marijuana. With the days ticking down, Sudbury Police chief Paul Pedersen says there are still plenty of questions he needs answered. grams of pot.
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Sudbury Mayoral candidate says Kingsway Entertainment District too costly and support is waning

Few issues have polarized Sudburians more than the development of the proposed Kingsway Entertainment District, and now it has been introduced as a hot button issue to sway voters in the October municipal election. One mayoral candidate has gone so far as to pay for a poll to gauge public support for the $100 million development.

Nipissing Serenity Hospice gets groundswell of community support

Shovels are in the ground for a new palliative care facility in North Bay.

54-year-old woman charged in Attawapiskat airport drug bust

A 54-year-old woman has been charged with two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking after a civilian search found over $20,000 worth of methamphetamine and marijuana at the Attawapiskat airport.

58-year-old dead after Forest Ridge golf course accident

One man is dead after an industrial accident at the Forest Ridge Golf Course in Chelmsford, Ont., Monday afternoon.

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